Wine tasting? So last year..
New Cookbook Takes Inspiration From E.L. James’ Success and Shows You How to Make Fifty Shades of Chicken
If you’ve finished the erotic trilogy Fifty Shades of Grey and can’t wait to nab your seat in cinema to see Dr. Christian brought to life on the big screen, never fear because a themed cookbook is about to hit the shelves.
The book, entitled Fifty Shades of Chicken, takes the term ‘food porn’ to another level and advises its readers on the best way to cook poultry to get you and your partner in the mood.
The book, apparently written by a person named F.L. Fowler, promises to make “every dinner a turn on.”
The book’s website reveals: “If Fifty Shades of Grey left you hungry and lusting for more (more, more!), then sink your teeth into this naughty tale of a young, free-range, and very fresh chicken who, like Anastasia Steele, finds herself at the mercy of a dominating man; in this case, a kinky and very ravenous chef.”
Fifty Shades of Chicken will hit shelves just in time for Christmas
“These fifty chicken recipes, each more seductive than the last, will make every dinner a turn-on.”
The book features recipes including “Spatchcock Chicken,” “Holy Hell Wings,” “Learning-to Trust-You Chicken,” “Mustard-Spanked Chicken,” and most disgusting, “Dripping Thighs.”
According to People magazine, writer F.L. Fowler said Fifty Shades inspired her dirty dishes: "Like so many others, Fifty Shades of Grey resonated for me.”
"It evoked something I'd never been able to express. Then one day as I was tying up the ankles of a chicken for roasting, I realized why some of the scenes in the book were so strikingly familiar.
“It turns out I've been practicing BDSM for years – but with poultry,” she said.
The author revealed that the characters in the dirty trilogy inspired the names of many of the raunchy chicken dishes.
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The recipe and headnotes follow a chef and his chicken on an emotional journey very much like the original trilogy," adds the author.
"You start with an overbearing cook and a pigheaded chicken but by the end they're spanking and tying each other up like soul mates. There's a bit of Christian and Anastasia Steele in every dish."
Considering all the naughty things Anastasia and Christian get up to we don’t think we want a piece of them in our grub and we're a bit worried about F.L. Fowlers poultry BDSM.
Will you be rushing to the shops to buy Fifty Shades of Chicken on November 13?